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    26 November 2021
    The Global Day of action against Amazon.
    The Associated Labor Unions (ALU) is in solidarity with Global Union Federations, environmentalists, tax watchdogs and other civil society global organizations demanding Amazon to pay their workers fair wage, respect workers' rights to join a union, pay fair share of taxes and commit to real environmental sustainability.
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    18 November 2021
    SSS to waive penalties on short-term loans
    MANILA, Philippines-The state-run pension fund Social Security System (SSS) has started accepting applications online from members who want their unpaid loans condoned without any penalties. The short-term member loan penalty condonation program that began on Nov. 15 will accept applications until Feb. 14, 2022, through member-borrowers My.SSS accounts. Our heart goes [out] to our members who were greatly affected during this pandemic and yet [are trying] their best to get back on their feet. The SSS is always here to extend not only cash benefits and loan privileges but also conditional condonation which provides financial relief by waiving their accumulated penalties once their loan principal and interest are fully paid, SSS president and chief executive Aurora Cruz Ignacio said in a statement.
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    3 November 2021
    Police harassment sa TUCP Labor Center kinondena
    KINONDENA ng Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP) ang umanoy pangha-harass na ginawa ng mga pulis sa TUCP Labor Center sa Diliman, Quezon City nitong Martes. This is a clear act of harassment intended to send a chilling message to the trade union movement and specifically to cow TUCP in its advocacy and union organizing work in both the private and public sectors, ayon kay TUCP President Raymond Mendoza. Ayon kay Mendoza, pinasok ng pitong pulis na hindi naka-uniporme ang kanilang tanggapan. Without permission or even a courtesy request, the policemen, using the CIDG blue-and-white sedan vehicle with plate number SKM 714 from QC-76, entered the TUCP compound and arrogantly roamed inside our private premises, took photos of the daily attendance list, and interrogated our staff without a search warrant.
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    21 October 2021
    Labor groups question legality of no vaccine, no work policy
    RA 11525 states that vaccine cards shall not be considered as an additional mandatory requirement for education, employment, and other similar government transaction purposes. For his part, TUCP President Raymond Mendoza also called out Bello for his supposed wrongfully interpreting the IATF guidelines for Alert Level system. [There is] nothing in guidelines on Alert Level 3, [which] says unvaccinated workers can be fired. It is really wrong for Secretary Bello to say so, Mendoza said. Under the IATF guidelines on the implementation of Alert Level System (ALS) issued last week, certain establishments like restaurants, cinemas and recreational venues will be allowed to operate under Alert Level 3 provided the employees of the said establishment are fully vaccinated.
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    20 October 2021
    Bill preserving worker benefits during mergers hurdles panel
    A HOUSE COMMITTEE approved Wednesday a bill preserving worker benefits and seniority in the event their employers merge. In a hearing, the House Committee on Labor and Employment approved an unnumbered substitute bill and committee report to House Bill 2633 filed by Trade Union Congress of the Philippines Rep. Raymond Democrito C. Mendoza. The measure, if passed, would allow job losses only in the event of redundancy resulting from a merger, consolidation, or sale. An employee declared redundant will be granted the opportunity to be employed in a newly created position if minimum qualifications are met.
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    20 October 2021
    House panel bats PH ratification of ILO Convention 190 on gender-based harassment
    The House of Representatives Committee on Labor and Employment, under its chairman 1-Pacman Partylist Rep. Enrico Pineda, approved a House resolution calling for the ratification by the country of the International Labor Organization (ILO) Convention No. 190 (Violence and Harassment Convention, 2919) on Wednesday, Oct. 20. The Lower House committee discussed House Resolution No. 1167 which was entitled, A Resolution Calling for the Immediate Ratification by the Philippine Government of the International Labor Organization Convention No. 190, Otherwise Known as Violence and Harassment Convention, 2919 (No. 190) and it was adopted by the committee members present. The House resolution was filed by TUCP Partylist Rep. Raymond Democrito Mendoza and was backed by HR 1404 sponsored by Makabayan bloc leaders Gabriela Partylist Rep. Arlene Brosas, Bayan Muna Reps. Carlos Zarate, Eufemia Cullamat and Ferdinand Gaite, ACTS Teachers Partylist Rep. France Castro, and Kabataan Partylist Rep. Sarah Jane Elago.
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